We all love hair sprays, as they add texture to your hair but obviously, we can not use it on regular basis because of its consequences. It can cause allergies, hair loss or any other problems. Hair sprays that are available at the stores can be really effective by are full of chemicals and toxins that can harm our hair and can cause allergic reactions. Fortunately, we have something for you. We are sharing our best ever recipe for best DIY Hair Spray, that you can make at your home without chemicals and is really easy to make. The best part is, once you the basics of it, you can modify your hairspray according to your choice of different fragrances and oils. Presenting, DIY hair spray.
We have some different types of DIY Hair Spray for your hair:
- Sugar/Salt Hair Spray
Add 1 cup of water in a pan and allow it to heat, add one tablespoon of sea salt if you are making salt hair spray or if you want to make sugar hair spray, add 2-4 tablespoon in hot water and let it dissolve. Then add coconut oil according to your hair type; If you have oily hair, reduce the oil to one teaspoon (five milliliters). If you have dry hair, consider adding an extra one to two teaspoons (5 to 10 milliliters) of oil. After this remove the pan from the stove and allow it to cool down before adding at least 4 to 5 drops of your favorite essential oil. And your hair spray is all ready to get poured in the spray bottle and then to get used on your hair.
- Mixed nutrition hair spray
To battle with frizz this hair spray can do wonders. Just fill your spray bottle with 1 cup of water, then add two tablespoons of these things mentioned below: Aloe vera juice, rose water, and vegetable glycerin. Close your spray bottle and shake it well. The Aloe Vera juice will help lock moisture in your hair and make it shiny. The rose water will help smooth your hair. For extra holding power, use Aloe Vera gel instead.
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